CTK Newsletter


There are a bunch of announcements for this week and next week. On Friday June 1st, Little Knights Preschool will be hosting their preschool graduation at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Unionville at 6 PM. On Monday, June 4th, Christ the King Lutheran School will be hosting our 8th grade graduation in the Sebewaing gymnasium at 6:30 PM. Following the service, the 7th grade class will be holding a small reception in honor of the graduating class in the cafeteria. The last day of school for Christ the King will be Tuesday, June 5th. CTK would like to cordially invite you to this day. We will begin with an award ceremony at 8:07 AM. Immediately following the assembly, CTK will hold our final chapel for the school year at Immanuel Lutheran Church. Again, we would love for you to stay and worship our Lord with your brothers & sisters in Christ.

Goodbye BBQ information - Each year, CTK holds a final family BBQ picnic at Unionville campus. This BBQ is open to any CTK family. It is a low-key affair where families can reminiscence about events that took place this year. The BBQ starts at 5 PM and lasts until we have to shut it down. Bring your ball glove or any other outside game to enjoy. We pray that you will be able to attend this last fellowship event with your spiritual family at Christ the King Lutheran.

Pastor Boyer, Mr. Bunke, and the Board of Fellowship would like to announce a Witness Workshop. This will be taking place in the Great Room at Immanuel Lutheran Church on Saturday, June 9th from 8:45 AM until noon. Lunch will be served at noon. Please call the Immanuel church office at 883-3050 to register to attend the workshop. The workshop is totally FREE! The goals of the event are to develop your skills in sharing your Christian faith and search out new opportunities to witness to your faith.

    On behalf of the faculty and staff of Christ the King Lutheran School, I pray that the summer break will bring some relaxation & refreshment to you and your family. I pray that you will continue to show your children the importance of worshipping our Lord and Savior throughout the summer months. Please do not take a vacation on your spiritual life this summer. Instead, continue to worship on a regular basis. We look forward to seeing you back at Christ the King next year.
                Thank you for the honor and privilege to serve you and your families these past four years at Christ the King Lutheran School. The Kaiser family would like to thank you for your friendships and support you have given to us at Christ the King. We pray God will lead another awesome first grade teacher & dynamic principal to lead CTK into your future school endeavors. Please continue to pray for the faculty & staff of Christ the King Lutheran School as well. Until we meet again here on earth or up in heaven, God’s blessings. The Kaisers

    News from The CTK AD!!!:
    Just a quick reminder from your Beautifully Awesome Athletic Director…Signup sheets for fall sports which would include volleyball for girls in grades 5-8 and soccer for boys and girls in grades 4-8 are posted on the cafeteria door. Please have your child signup to see if CTK is able to offer volleyball and soccer for next fall. Yes, your child will need a sports physical before they practice for the sports season in August.

    They went, they saw, they left it standing… CTK would like to offer up a prayer of thanks that God protected our 8th grade class as they traveled to and from Washington, DC, and learned about our rich American heritage. We praise God that we are not ruled by an evil dictator but live in a society where we can be free. We need to remember that any ruler could fall at any time. Thank you to Mr. Deneen for leading our students to DC. Thank you to our students for being examples of Christ while you were there. I hear you shared a few laughs along the way.

    Hey Parents, please remember that when you attend St. Paul or Immanuel Lutheran Churches, please fill out a record of attendance card and hand it to the elder on duty. I want to make sure that you are fulfilling your requirement for church attendance at these two churches. If you attend a different LCMS church, please grab a bulletin for me. Thanks, David Kaiser.

    From March through the end of school, CTK will be supporting MOST ministries from LCMS. MOST ministries stands for Mission Opportunities Short Term. The students will decide which short-term opportunities they will support after we have collected monies. Thank you to the upper grade students as well as Mr. Bunke for researching this unique ministry opportunity for CTK.

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    For Information about our After School Latch Key Program, please call Mrs. Vermeersch at 674-8691, Unionville Campus.
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